EBS Announces the Reidmar 752 Bass Amp

EBS Reidmar 752 Bass Amp with Bass

EBS is on hand at NAMM 2022 to introduce a new bass amp called the Reidmar 752. The lightweight head delivers 750 watts at 2 ohms by way of a class-D amplifier. EBS says the amp offers solid tone with punch and clarity.

“The analog preamps’ powerful EQ helps dial in any sound you like with ease, and the Drive adds harmonics and dirt when needed,” they write. “The built-in adjustable Compressor help create a consistent and more controlled sound when desired without losing the dynamic response.”

Other features include Soft Clip technology to prevent overload and a fully-featured rear panel with XLR out, aux in, effects loop, headphone out, line out, and more.

EBS adds that the Reidmar 752 is a replacement for the Reidmar 750 and is 13 percent smaller in size than its predecessor.

The Reidmar 752 is expected to ship this month with an estimated price of $999.

EBS Reidmar 752 Bass Amp Features:

Type: Analog Preamp, D-Class Power Amp developed by EBS
Built-in adjustable Compressor/Limiter
4-band EQ
Drive Control
Effects loop
Character filter
Balanced XLR-Out with Pre/Post EQ switch and Ground Lift.
Line and Headphones Out
Aux Input
Remote Output for connecting EBS RM-4 footswitch to control Character Filter, Drive, EQ bypass, and Mute function
Output Power: 750 W @ 2 Ohms
120/230 V Switchable

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